Australia launches first carbon capture plant

Australia has taken a big step to reducing the carbon emissions produced by its coal power generation plants by launching the country’s first carbon capture plant.

Australia The A$230m plant Callide Oxyfuel clean coal carbon capture plant project, which took eight years to finish, is located in Central Queensland.

The technology will use a mixture of exhaust gases as well as oxygen to combust coal at a super-high temperature.

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